I have lived in Hanoi for 15 years and can answer any questions about tourism or Vietnam in general - no strings attached
I have lived in Hanoi for 15 years working as a Nurse and in Public Health and now run a small and dynamic travel company with my (Vietnamese)wife.
Auscham - Australian Chamber of Commerce.
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Hi Fay, Thanks for your questions. Your options depend to some extent to the amount of time you have and your preference for weather. I think Hanoi and the North have more to offer in the way of sight-seeing
Dear Philip, Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. I didn't receive your first email - just a reminder today! I don't know of anything special on in either Hue or HCMC and have not been able
Hi Piet, The short answer is that you should book at least some of your trip as soon as possible. Tet is a wonderful and interesting time to visit Vietnam but it is also a very busy period for domestic
Hi Jaz, Jetstar Asia have some very good fares available - you would need to go from Denpasar to Singapore or Darwin and then to Hanoi or HCMC. ( http://www.jetstar.com/id/en/index.aspx ). As far as hotels
jr, Being Dec/Jan you will have to restrict your beach options to the south to get reliable beach weather. This means Phu Quoc, Ho Tram, Mui ne or Nha Trang. The cheap. simple hut-on-the-beach as I